Standards and progress are a constant focus for the work of the school.
Standards of achievement and progress are measured very closely across the school
and where additional support is needed proven schemes are put in place to ensure
every child achieves their potential and beyond. The staff and Governors of the
school are constantly striving to raise the academic achievement of all pupils.
Highlights for standards.
In 2017 there were 16 pupils in Year six. However, two of these children were disapplied from the end of Key Stage tests in May. This means that they did not sit the papers and alternative assessments methods were used to measure their progress and attainment. However, their data is still reflected in the final data sets, often having a negative effect on the percentages published and the progress measures reported.
In 2017 at the end of their time at our school:
63% of our pupils achieved at least the expected level in Reading, Writing and Maths, 13% achieved the Higher Standard in all three areas.
The average progress score in Reading was 0.64 and the Average Scaled Score was 105.7
The average progress score in Writing was 0.50
The average progress score in Maths was -2.11 and the Average Scaled Score was 104.7
75% of pupils achieved the age related expected level or above in Reading, 25% achieved the higher standard.
75% of pupils achieved the age related expected level or above Writing, 31% achieved working at greater depth.
81% of pupils achieved the age related expected level or above in Maths, 13% achieved the higher standard.
We are incredibly proud of the progress our children make – regardless of their starting points – and our determination that all children will succeed is borne out by our Ofsted judgement of us being a Good school.